01/03/2018 - 03/03/2018
Devonshire Park Theatre, Compton Street, Eastbourne
Thursday-Saturday March 1-3, 7.30pm with 2.30pm matinees on Thursday and Saturday
Tickets £15/concs £10
Bede’s School stages the stage classic Oliver by the legendary Lionel Bart.
Phone 01323 412000 or visit eastbournetheatres.co.uk.
The Basement, Argus Lofts, 24 Kensington Street, Brighton
Friday March 2, 7.30pm
Gem & D are on a mission to prove they are the best candidates for the first human mission to Mars – and with help from the audience, they will achieve their greatest desire: to leave Earth. Spoken word performers Deanna Rodger and Gemma Rodgers will ask the audience what their experience on Earth has taught them and how would they apply that learning on Mars.
Phone 01273 709709 or visit brightondome.org.
T J Higgs
Royal Hippodrome Theatre, 108-112 Seaside Road, Eastbourne
Friday March 2, 8pm
T J Higgs, who has appeared on ITV3’s The X-tra Factor, has starred in 21 episodes of Psychic Private Eyes on Zone Reality as she investigated murders and missing people cases for CBS Reality Television and is considered one of the UK’s foremost psychic mediums. She carries out private readings, live theatre appearances and other events in the UK and abroad. T J Higgs will also appear at the Psychic Fayre at the Queens Hotel, Marine Parade, Eastbourne, on Saturday and Sunday March 3 and 4, teaching workshops called Psychic Detective, Enhancing Your Mediumship and Transfiguration.
Read our interview with T J Higgs.
Phone 01323 802020 or visit royalhippodrome.com.
- Join quirky artist David Shrigley on his voyage of discovery as guest director of this year’s Brighton Festival
- Works by the artist who created drawings by torchlight of scenes from a John Osborne play go on view for the first time since the 1970s
- Meet the stuntman who has been set on fire more than 100 times – and loves it!
- Comedian George Egg dishes up delicious gourmet meals using power tools and gardening equipment from his shed in his new show
- Discover the extraordinary work of a virtually unknown and unrecognised textile designer in a new exhibition